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A Big Rent Hike Could Spell the End of a Beloved Venice Beach Market

Facing a 120 percent increase in rent, Windward Farms hopes a buyer will keep the market alive
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L.A. Will Finally Start Enforcing its Airbnb Rules—Here’s What You Need to Know

The city’s new Home-Sharing Ordinance went into effect in July, but enforcement starts November 1
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L.A.’s Last Artist Colony Appears Set for Displacement on November 1

Santa Fe Art Colony has provided homes and studios to artists for decades. Under a new owner, residents are bracing for rent hikes of up to $3,000 per month.
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After Decades on York, This Printer of Religious Tracts Is Shutting Down the Press

It's the end of an era of preaching damnation and salvation for the Free Tract Society
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A First Look at the Clippers’ New Inglewood Arena

The 26-acre complex is scheduled to open in 2024—but not everyone's looking forward to it
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Here’s What You Need To Know About Controversial Housing Bill SB 50 (Updated)

The so-called "MORE Homes Act" has been postponed, but will be eligible again in 2020
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Developers Are Attempting to Evict an Elderly Cancer Patient from Her WeHo Apartment

Dorle Rispoli has lived in her home for 42 years—now she just wants to die there in peace
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How Garden Planters Became a Flashpoint in the Venice Gentrification Debate

Who is building hundreds of sidewalk planters in Venice–and why?
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A Faction in Venice Is Trying to Stop a Former Black Church From Becoming a Mansion

The building that was once First Baptist Church of Venice is on its way to becoming a single-family home

These L.A. Neighborhoods Are about to Change Right Before Our Eyes

Tracking plans to demolish homes, build a whole bunch of new things, and transform communities